Insect Eliminating Lamps
Philips Actinic BL lamps
The most effective way to eliminate insects.
Hygiene and food safety are crucial in professional applications such as restaurants, catering and the food and beverage industry. Insects, and in particular flies, pose a direct threat to food hygiene. The most effective and hygienic way to monitor the presence of insects is to attract them and eliminate them in an electronic fly killer (EFK).
Why choose Philips Actinic BL lamps for insect traps?
• Optimized performance to attract most insects
• Proven and consistent quality and reliability
• Secura version available with shatterproof sleeve to keep glass and components together in case of lamp breakage
• Good environmental choice, 100% lead-free
• Wide range of lamps for existing and new insect trap units, including compact lamps for new designs and smaller equipment
Improved Philips Actinic BL lamps
The most effective choice
The eyes of insects are sensitive to certain UV wavelengths of the light spectrum. Philips Actinic BL lamps perfectly match the eye sensitivity of moving houseflies and in this way attract more insects.
Higher initial UVA output
Thanks to the higher initial UVA output of the Actinic BL lamps compared with /05 or /09 (BL) type of lamps, you can attract more insects and cover a larger area.
Thanks to the new environmental-friendly water based phosphor technology, the UVA output maintenance and lifetime have been significantly improved. As a result, you can be sure that the lamps will provide maximum and reliable performance during the complete insect season, helping to safeguard a hygienic environment.
Good environmental choice
Philips Actinic BL lamps contain a low level of mercury and do not contain any lead, contrary to other insect trap lamps
on the market.
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